World Series win for San Francisco Giants meant thousands in damages to nonprofit's HQ, which was in the "revelry" zone and suffered vandalism.
"Smack in the middle of San Francisco’s Mission district where thousands of Giants fans took to the streets following a World Series victory Wednesday night, vandals among the celebrants attacked a nonprofit neighborhood center. Plaza Adelante at Mission at 19th suffered about $7,000 in damage, mostly in the form of graffiti on walls and windows, said the organization’s executive director, Luis Granados. 'It’s really painful for me because I love this building,' Granados said. 'This is for community. We are serving 6,000 people for free. We don’t have a whole lot of resources. So now, we have to spend close to $7,000 for security, the painting, and now we have to repair the windows.'" -- Joe Vazquez, KCBS.com